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Episode 2: Nonfinancial Companies: Slow economic recovery continues to strain credit quality

Emerging markets will suffer significant revenue loss amid the coronavirus crisis. Once economies start to recover, EM governments’ capacity to implement revenue-raising measures will be a key determinant of creditworthiness.

What will be discussed:

  • The impact of the coronavirus crisis on EM governments’ revenue and why revenue generation capacity will be a key credit consideration in the year ahead
  • How broadening the tax base will be challenging, even as economies recover from 2020 lows
  • Which sovereigns have demonstrated capacities in the past, and which are better positioned going forward

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Raphaele Auberty
Associate Analyst
Ratings and Research

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Ratings and Research
Associate Analyst
Raphaele Auberty
Rahul Ghosh
Senior Vice President – Global Emerging Markets
Credit Strategy & Research

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Credit Strategy & Research
Senior Vice President – Global Emerging Markets
Rahul Ghosh
Lucie Villa
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer
Sovereign Risk Group

Moody's Investors Service

Moody's Investors Service

Sovereign Risk Group
Vice President – Senior Credit Officer
Lucie Villa

For more information

Janette Niccolls

janette.niccolls@moodys.com